Why is it that professionals in the arts industry find prioritising self-care so difficult? Client Relationship Officer Monika Bognar examines this important question and the due attention it's receiving in the sector. For anyone interested in learning more additional readings and resources are also suggested.
The Cultural Citizens Programme introduced 11-14 year olds from disadvantaged backgrounds in the UK to arts and culture in their area. The program helped these young cultural citizens find out what's on offer and aimed to build their confidence to engage with arts on their own terms.
Data visualisation is a powerful tool that can turn raw numbers into a compelling story to impress, persuade and educate. Analyst Aaron Kosovich shows how new tools can be used to present your information and ideas far more effectively than any other form of communication.
This blog looks at how a city’s culture and environment contributes to its ranking on The Economist's Global Liveability Report. Perth, who scored 100% in the categories of healthcare, education and infrastructure, believe it’s culture and environment stopping them from cracking the top five. But what is it that makes up the culture and environment category and where should Perth be looking to improve?
A recent report has valued the Great Barrier Reef at an estimated $56 billion. In addition to the economic case, due consideration should be given to cultural, social, civic and environmental impacts, in order to truly appreciate the reef's broader value. Callum Taylor discusses the need for a holistic measurement framework for the reef.
How do we understand, measure and express the value of the arts? What contribution do the arts make to society, the economy, health and wellbeing, education, innovation and civic life? The Arts Value Forum at the Canberra Theatre Centre brought together leading experts and practitioners in health, economics, culture and the arts to explore these questions—including Culture Counts CEO Michael Chappell.
John Berger’s 1972 essay, Ways of Seeing explores the idea that where and when we look at something directly affects what we see. Our evaluation of the artistic quality and impact of an artwork is fundamentally influenced by context. This blog post explores how these relationships manifest. By filtering and analysing data by different event and audience classifications we gain significant insight into if and how different contexts shape experience.